Global Chromium Carbide Market Size, Revenue, Review, Statistics, Demand Supply and Forecast to 2025

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China is expected to remain on the vanguard in the consumption of both steel as well as chromium carbide, in the steel sector. The rapid development of the infrastructure and major industrial activities in the mining, energy, steel, and cement sectors in the country is anticipated to fuel demand for specific industrial equipment requiring chromium carbide as the raw material, and thereby drive chromium carbide market growth. The production of chromium carbide overlay plates used in steel industry applications such as those in coke vibrating screen plates, fan blade, apart from cutting tool, blast furnace liners, machining tool and welding electrodes are the key end uses of chromium carbide in the steel industry.

#The key manufacturers in the Chromium Carbide Market include OC Oerlikon, H.C. Starck, Praxair S.T. Technology, Sigma-Aldrich, Alfa Aesar, Strem Chemicals, Changsha Langfeng Metallic Material, Reade International, NewMet, ESPICorp, Nanoshel, LTS Research Laboratories, American Elements, Inframat and ZhuZhou GuangYuan Cemented Material.

There has been speedy growth in mining, construction, and the energy sectors such as power and oil and gas owing to the growing demand for fuel sources, metals, and housing and infrastructure requirements across geographies, especially in China and developing countries in the SEA & rest of Asia Pacific. This has been deciphering into higher demand for mining, power and oil and gas equipment as well as devices used in steel, cement, glass, pulp and paper and the construction industries. This, in turn, has been causing a rise in the demand for chromium carbide overlay plates and other products which improve the equipment life and efficiency, thereby reducing maintenance costs and downtime of the equipment. Thereby, the mounting size of these core industry sectors has been proving to be instrumental to the growth of the chromium carbide market. Some important applications of overlay products include fan blades, shovel buckets, dragline buckets, hopper liners, dozer skins, loader buckets, housing liners, and spiral conveyors.

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The Chromium Carbide market was valued at xx Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach xx Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period. In this study, 2017 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Chromium Carbide.

With tables and figures helping analyze worldwide Chromium Carbide market, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

Major Points from Table of Contents
Charpter 1 – Chromium Carbide Market Overview
Charpter 2 – Global Chromium Carbide Competition by Players/Suppliers, Type and Application
Charpter 3 – United States Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 4 – China Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 5- Europe Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 6 – Japan Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 7 – Southeast Asia Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 8 – India Chromium Carbide (Volume, Value and Sales Price)
Charpter 9 – Global Chromium Carbide Players/Suppliers Profiles and Sales Data
Charpter 10 – Chromium Carbide Maufacturing Cost Analysis
Charpter 11 – Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
Charpter 12 – Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
Charpter 13 – Market Effect Factors Analysis
Charpter 14 – Global Chromium Carbide Market Forecast (2019-2025)
Charpter 15 – Research Findings and Conclusion
Charpter 16 – Appendix

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